There seems to be no stopping Google’s Android platform, Google recently announced that they are now activating more than 1 million Android devices per day, and now according to a recent report, Android now makes up 50 percent of the US smartphone market.
According to ComScore for the three month period ending in May 2012 Google’s Android has a 50.9 percent market share, whilst Apple’s iOS had a 31.9 percent share.
This was then followed by RIM who had an 11.4 percent share, Microsoft who had a 4 percent share and Symbian with a 1.1 percent share, the report also looked at the most popular manufacturers and it includes smartphones and non smartphones.
Samsung came out top with a 25.7 percent share, LG were next with a 19.1 percent share. followed by Apple with a 15 percent share and then Motorola with a 12 percent share, finally we have HTC with a 6.1 share of the mobile phone market in the US.
Source BGRFiled Under: Android News, Technology News, Top News